Lighting in Carnival Glass
Shades:

Artichoke - An Imperial product signed NUART. Found in marigold. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

Astral - A Northwood product. All are found in marigold. Similar to Imperial's Starlyte.

August Flower - An Imperial product found in marigold, green and smoke. It is also found as an electric shade or a gas shade.

Autumn Oak - Probably an Imperial product as it was made as a contemporary vase by them. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

Bows and Swag - An unknown maker found in marigold. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

Coral Shell - An Imperial product found in marigold. Signed NUART which is a trademark of Imperial's. Note that the design is on the interior.

Daisy and Block - An Imperial product. In the contemporary time period Imperial made a vase using this mold. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

Daisy Chain - Another one of unknown maker. Found in maigold. Electric shades, like this one, and gas shades, wider for gas fixtures, are available.

Diamond Block - The shades are found in clambroth, marigold and smoke. They are 4 5/8 inches tall.

Dragon's Tongue - A Fenton product. Dragon's Tongue shades are found in marigold on moonstone.

Fine Crosshatch - An Imperial product, found in marigold or green. Also found as a gas shade.

Greek Key - This Imperial marigold shade has an etched Greek Key theme near the bottom.

Hammered Bell - This bell-shaped shade has coarse stipples around the top that simulate the hammering effect of some brass items. The lower part of the shade has a scroll-type pattern. Known only in white.

Imperial Grape - These Imperial lamp shades have the words NUART around the rim. They rarely come up for sale. They are typically found in marigold but a moonstone is also known.

Interior Panels - These Imperial lamp shades have the words NUART around the rim. The design of panels is on the interior.

Interior Panels - These Northwood shades are found in marigold. Marked "NORTHWOOD" just under the top rim.

Leaf Garden - These Imperial shades are found in marigold and smoke. They can also be found as electric shades or gas shades.

Leaf Tiers - A Fenton product. The shade is only found in marigold but other Leaf Tiers shapes are found in blue.

Mayflower - These shades were made not only in the electric lamp version shown above but also in the wider version made for gas shades. An Imperial product found in marigold and green.

Melon - Shade with an unknown maker. Found in both marigold and white. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

Northwood #37 - A very rare Northwood shade. It's marigold on luna. This shade is known to have eight panels while this one has just four. It is marked "Northwood #37" on the collar.

Olympus - Made by Northwood. Both electric and gas shades are found.

Paneled - An Imperial Glass shade.

Pillar and Drape - This shade is found mostly in marigold on moonstone. It can also be found in Luna. Most examples have a round opening, but some are found with a square opening. Found with "Northwood" in block letters at the top rim. Found in two sizes; 6 inches tall or 5 1/2 inches tall.

Smooth Panel - Probably the most common shades. Marked "NUART" which is an Imperial Glass mark.

Primrose - Little is known of this seldom seen bell-shaped shade. In marigold and white.

Ribbed - Ribbed shade by sn unknown maker. Found in marigold and white. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

Starlyte - Made by Imperial. Found in both gas lamp style as show here and electric.

Stippled Interior - An Imperial product found in this electric shade in a deep marigold. Signed NUART. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

Stippled Rib - Probably an Imperial product found in this electric shade in a light marigold.

Thin Rib - This Northwood shade, marked on the upper rim on the outside, comes in two iridized treatments. Iridized luna and marigold on moonstone.

Thin Rib - This Imperial shade, marked "NUART" on the upper rim on the outside. Iridized smoke and marigold. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

Whirling Star - This is an unusual smoke shade. Also known in white. Photo courtesy of Burns Auctions.

Wide Panels - This shade is by an unknown maker. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.
Lamps:

Aladdin - Nothing is known about this kerosene lamp in marigold on milk glass other than that it sold at a Jim and Jan Seeck auction in November, 2013 for $170. It has an "A" mark on the bottom, presumably for Aladdin.

Basketweave and Cable - When photographed at an auction in 1994, this small green lamp was listed as the only one known. It's 7 inches tall to the top of the green shade.

Grape and Cable Candlelamp - Candleolders and shades come in Amethyst/Purple, Green and Marigold.

Hyacinth - This Gone With The Wind-style lamp is found in marigold and marigold on moonstone.

Little Jewel - This little jewel is exactly that as those are the words molded into the side. It measures 3 3/8 to the top of the neck and has a 2 1/2-inch base.

Queen's Lamp - This largish green lamp with a pinched-in waist is quite rare. Iridescence is usually somewhat weak.

Regal Iris - This is a Gone With the Wind style lamp, characterized by the two large globes. The bottom portion holds the kerosene, the top covers the shade. These are huge lamps and are usually found in marigold on milk glass.

Roses and Ruffles - A Gone With the Wind style lamp, with the two large globes. The bottom portion holds the kerosene, the top covers the shade. Found in marigold, marigold on moonstone and marigold on milk glass.

Sunken Hollyhock - Like the Regal Iris and Roses and Ruffles, this is a Gone With the Wind style lamp, characterized by the two large globes. These three lamps are thought to be made by Consolidated Glass. These are large lamps and are found in marigold.

Wild Rose - Millersburg's Wild Rose has a rose and vine with stippled leaves around the base. A rare variant has three medallions of lady's heads inside the base.

Zipper Loop - These Imperial lamps come in various sizes including table lamps and finger lamps. They are found in marigold and smoke. One size has been reproduced.

Peacock - These items are found two ways; either as a vase (undrilled) or drilled to make a lamp base. Regardless of color, they are made with clear glass. The purple and red colors are painted inside with the iridizing spray on the outside. The marigold and white examples are uncoated on the inside, the exterior sprayed with either the orange or pastel iridescence.

Princess - A lot of controversy surrounds this lamp. The base is known to have been made by US Glass and is sometimes found with a cloth shade. Yet, the example shown here shows the top half of a Lined Lattice vase being used as the shade. Lined Lattice, of course, was made by Dugan. It's entirely possible that a distributor bought both the bases and the vases and modified them for a special order but when this was done and who did it is not known. Found only in purple.